Epic Games and Nvidia have announced that starting next week, Fortnite can be played via GeForce Now in closed beta on mobile devices. Specifically, it will be possible to play on Android through the GeForce Now app and on iOS through the Safari web browser.
In other words, after a long time, it will be possible to play Fortnite with iOS in a legal way. Apple allows the use of this method, we specify. Of course, not having an app in the App Store is always a big drawback for Fortnite editors.
We remember that GeForce Now is Nvidia’s game streaming service that allows you to play a series of games in the cloud version, as long as you own them on other supported stores (such as Steam, Ubisoft Connect, Epic Games Launcher …). Nvidia also announced that Rolling out for SHIELD TV has begun this week. SHIELD Experience 9.0 introduces the Android 11 operating system to all SHIELD TVs, including the original 2015 models. This is the 27th software update released by the company.
Finally, Nvidia reminds us that the GeForce NOW RTX 3080 subscription has recently been made available, which allows you to play in 4K, HDR and 7.1 Surround audio streaming.